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GIOVANNI BATTISTA D’ANGOLO (called Battista del Moro, ca. 1515 Verona – ca. 1573 Verona or Murano)

circle of. A Group of Women Sat Indoors Doing Needle­work. Etching and burin. 13.4 x 17.9 cm. 1554. Not in Bartsch or Passavant; Meyer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon, II, pp. 39, 57. Watermark: Crossed arrows with star (cf. Briquet 6300–02, Verona, after 1542).

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CORNELIS CORT (1533 Hoorn – 1578 Rome)

Bacchus and Venus in a Chariot. Engraving. 21.9 x 29.7 cm. 1556. Bierens de Haan 154; Riggs 224; The Illustrated Bartsch, vol. 52 (Supplement), 154; The New Hollstein R 36.

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FLEMISH SCHOOL circa 1560

Carefree Living or: The Dissolute Household. Engraving. 20.5 x 28 cm. Hollstein (Baltens) 5; Hollstein (after Hieronymus Bosch) 46; Hollstein (anonymous after Jan Verbeeck) 1 II.

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REMIGIUS HOGENBERG (circa 1536 Mechelen – after 1587 Canterbury or London)

A Landscape with a Group of People Boarding a Boat. Etching after Hans Bol. 26.6 x 33 cm. The New Hollstein 8 I (of II).

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ADRIAEN HUYBRECHTS (1545–1614, Antwerp)

Tavern Scene. Engraving. 22 x 29.5 cm. Watermark: Hand.

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PIETER DE JODE I (1570–1637, Antwerp)

The Four Temperaments (Sanguineus; Phlegmaticus; Cholericus; Melancholicus). Set of four engravings after Maarten de Vos. Each approx. 19.4 x 22.1 cm. Hollstein (de Jode) 101–104; The New Hollstein (M. de Vos) 1478–81.

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LAMBERT LOMBARD (1506–1566, Liège)

Christ and the Twelve Apostles. Series of thirteen engravings after Lambert Lombard. Each approx. 19.8 x 11.8 cm. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten IV, 1173.

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FRANS MENTON (ca. 1550 – ca. 1615, Alkmaar)

The Four Elements, after Frans Floris. Four engravings, printed on two sheets. Each approx. 15.7 x 23 cm. The New Hollstein (Floris) 111–114.

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GIULIO CESARE PROCACCINI (1574 Bologna – 1625 Milan)

The Holy Family. Etching. 16.4 x 12.4 cm. B. XIX, 75, 2 (Andrea Camassei).

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JOHANNES SADELER I (1550 Brussels – ca. 1600 Venice)

Allegory of War with the Pillaging of a Farmstead. Engraving after Jost Amman. 24.6 x 26.3 cm. After 1584. Hollstein (J. Sadeler) 560; The New Hollstein (Amman) 215 I (of II).

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ERCOLE BAZICALUVA (circa 1600 Pisa – after 1638 active in Florence)

“La rivière navigable” (River Landscape with Two Sailing Ships). Etching. 22.7 x 28.8 cm. Not in Bartsch; Meaume (Callot) 1381.

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CARLO BIFFI (1605 – circa 1675, Milan)

Four Character Heads. Etching with white heightening on blue paper. 11.3 x 14.7 cm. Not in Bartsch, Le Blanc 2.

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ANDREA CAMASSEI (1602 Bevagna – 1649 Rome)

The Virgin and Child with St. John as a Boy. Etching. 17 x 22.4 cm. Bartsch 1.

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GERARD EDELINCK (1640 Antwerp – 1707 Paris)

Portrait of Dominik Andreas I, Count of Kaunitz. Engraving and etching. 47.9 x 35.1 cm. 1698. Robert-Dumesnil 228.

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FREDERIK DE MOUCHERON (1633 Emden – 1686 Amsterdam)

Wide southern landscape with a small waterfall, in the foreground a traveller talking to an artist as he draws; Southern landscape with a water mill, in the foreground two hunters shooting duck. Graphite, pen and grey ink, brush drawing in grey. Each 31.2 x 26.5 cm. Both signed: “Moucheron fecit”.

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SUSANNA MARIA VON SANDRART (1658–1716, Nuremberg)

Portrait of the Poet Gabrielle Charlotte Patin. Etching. 24.3 x 17.8 cm. 1682. Nagler 1; Drugulin Portrait Catalogue, p. 168, no. 15683; Heller-Andresen 3; Le Blanc 1; Mortzfeld [exhibition catalogue Wolfenbüttel 1976] A 15990; Hollstein 65 II.

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PIETER SERWOUTERS (1586 Antwerp – 1657 Amsterdam)

The Beggars’ Inn. Etching. 27.7 x 35.8 cm. 1608. Hollstein 17, before I (of IV).

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HANS FRIEDRICH SCHORER (circa 1585 – after 1654, Augsburg)

Hercules Slays the Seven-headed Hydra. Pen and brown ink, grey wash. 19.3 x 12.9 cm.

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JONAS UMBACH (circa 1624–1693, Augsburg)

A Southern Landscape with Ancient Remains. Black and some brown chalk on brownish paper. 19.7 x 26.5 cm.

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GIOVANNI MARIA VIANI (1636–1700, Bologna)

Sophonisba Receives the Cup of Poison. Red chalk draw­ing. 24.5 x 17.4 cm.

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JOHANN GEORG BERGMÜLLER (1688 Türkheim – 1762 Augsburg)

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Pen and reddish-brown ink, grey wash, in an oval frame. 24.5 x 22.5 cm. Circa 1721.

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GIOVANNI DAVID (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Bacchanal. Etching. 29.9 x 21.2 cm. 1775. Grasso 116.

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LOUIS JEAN DESPREZ (1743 Auxerre – 1804 Stockholm)

A richly adorned cartouche with a medallion portrait of King Louis XV and the attributes of the arts and sciences. Etching. 24.9 x 36.2 cm. Circa 1770. Wollin 18.

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JACQUES DE FAVANNE (1716–1770, Paris)

Morpheus. Etching, printed in reddish-brown ink. 13.2 x 15.4 cm. Unrecorded.

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BARTOLOMEO GAZALIS (born in Genoa, active circa 1720–30 in Milan)

St. Paul of Thebes, Tempted by a Demon. Etching. 32.7 x 21 cm. Heller-Andresen 1.

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JOHANN DANIEL HERZ (1693–1754, Augsburg)

A Scholar in his Study Chamber. Red chalk drawing. 26 x 17.7 cm. Monogrammed: “JH”.

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PIERRE LELU (1741–1810, Paris)

Parkland with Garden Sculptures and a Round Temple. Pen and grey ink, grey wash. 47 x 62 cm.

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CONRAD MARTIN METZ (1749 Bonn – 1827 Rome)

Shepherd Couple from Antiquity. Red chalk. 17.7 x 29.8 cm. Signed and dated: “C. Metz 1794”, mounted on an album page, which is also signed and dated in pen and brown ink.

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JOHANN AUGUST NAHL THE YOUNGER (1752 Zollikofen – 1825 Kassel)

Jupiter and Ganymede. Etching. 25.2 x 18.2 cm. Heller-Andresen 1, Nagler 4. Watermark: Lily in a double circle.

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JEAN-BAPTISTE MARIE PIERRE (1713–1789, Paris)

The Chinese Masquerade. Etching. 31 x 43.1 cm. 1735. Le Blanc 25; Portalis-Béraldi III, p. 310; Baudicour I, 27.

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HUBERT ROBERT (1733–1808, Paris)

Landscape Capriccio with a Waterfall. Black chalk. 50 x 24 cm.

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GEORG PHILIPP RUGENDAS THE ELDER (1666–1742, Augsburg)

Great Cavalry Battle – Fight for the Flag. Pen and grey ink over a light preliminary drawing in graphite, brown wash, slight squaring. 30.9 x 62.5 cm. Inscribed, signed and dated in the artist’s own hand: “Georg: Philipp: Rugendas: Invent. pinx. et delin. Ao 1708”.

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ABEL SCHLICHT (1754–1826, Mannheim)

Two Architectural Capriccios after G. P. Pannini. Two aquatint etchings, printed in brown. 48 x 62 cm. 1788. Nagler 13.

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MARTIN JOHANN SCHMIDT (1718 Grafenwörth near Krems – 1801 Stein)

Educating Satyr Children; The Marriage of Bacchus and Abundantia. Two etchings. Each approx. 13.3 x 8.7 cm. 1771. Garzarolli-Thurnlackh 20, 21; Feucht­müller 21, 22.

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CHRISTIAN GEORG SCHÜTZ (1718 Flörsheim – 1791 Frankfurt a. M.)

A Broad Rhine Landscape with a View of Heidelberg in the Background. Etching on greyish-brown firm laid paper, with white heightening. 24.2 x 31.8 cm. Nagler 2, Le Blanc 2, Heller-Andresen 2.

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LOUIS CLAUDE VASSÉ (1716–1772, Paris)

Amor with Bow. Red chalk. 24 x 21.5 cm.

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FRANCISCO VIEIRA DE MATOS (1699–1783, Lisbon)

Neptune, Minerva and Coronis. Etching. 29 x 21.8 cm. Nagler 4.

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CARL JOSEPH ALOYS AGRICOLA (1779 Säckingen – 1852 Vienna)

The Muse Erato and a Nymph. Watercolour, gouache and pen and greyish-brown ink over graphite. 19 x 24 cm. Signed, dated and inscribed: “Carl Agricola del. Karlsruhe d. 23 März 1811”.

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LOUIS-LÉOPOLD BOILLY (1761 La Bassée – 1845 Paris)

Self-portrait in Four Different Views. Lithograph. 21.9 x 21.8 cm. 1832. Inventaire du Fonds Français 44.

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LUDWIG BUCHHORN (1770 Halberstadt – 1856 Berlin)

Die Bettlerjugend (The Young Beggars). Four etchings with aquatint, printed in brown ink. Each measuring approx. 25.2 x 19.6 cm. Not in Heller-Andresen; Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler, vol. V, p. 179.

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CHRISTOFFER WILHELM ECKERSBERG (1783 Blåkrog – 1853 Copenhagen)

Daekket af et Orlogsskib. Etching. 23 x 30.3 cm. 1834. Heller-Andresen 3, Hannover 8.

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PHILIPP HERMANN EICHENS (1813 Berlin – 1889 Paris)

A Busy Street in Paris near the Place de l'Odéon. Watercolour. 28.4 x 20.2 cm. Signed and dated: “P. H. Eichens Paris 1838”.

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CARL CHRISTIAN CONSTANTIN HANSEN (1804 Rome – 1880 Fredericksberg)

Brook in the Tyrolean Alps. Oil on paper, mounted on canvas. 27 x 25 cm. 1834.

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PAUL HUET (1803–1869, Paris)

An Autumn Landscape with Overcast Sky. Oil on canvas. 19 x 41 cm. With the red studio stamp.

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CHRISTEN KØBKE (1810–1848, Copenhagen)

The Old Sailor. Etching. 19 x 15.5 cm. 1836. Heller-Andresen 3; J. Styhr. Dansk Grafik. Copenhagen 1949, pp. 34–37 with illustration.

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FREDERIK CARL JULIUS KRAFT (1823–1854, Copenhagen)

Campagna Landscape in the Evening Light. Oil on cardboard. 33.5 x 42.6 cm. Circa 1851/53. Signed: “F. Kraft”.

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EUGÈNE LOUIS LAMI (1800–1890, Paris)

The Fountain of Youth. Watercolour. 25.5 x 47 cm. Monogrammed: “E. L.”.

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JAN WILLEM PIENEMAN (1779 Abcoude – 1853 Amsterdam)

Allegory of the Death of William George Frederick, Prince of Orange-Nassau. Watercolour. 49 x 38 cm.

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VALENTIN RUTHS (1825–1905, Hamburg)

Woodland Gorge. Oil on cardboard, mounted on wood. 37 x 53 cm. Signed “V. Ruths”; entitled and signed “Waldschlucht. Valentin Ruths” in pen and black ink on a label on the verso. Ca. 1874/77.

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JOSEPH SELLENY (1824 Vienna – 1875 Inzersdorf)

Study Sheet with Medlar Fruits. Watercolour and gouache. 26 x 34.4 cm. Signed: “Josef Selleny”.

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